Alright once more, considering the other thread didn't explain things properly.
The description and the page itself says that this is about shared universes. As in, not The Multiverse
. Quite a number of examples in the page itself, but only 8 wicks. Which is seriously lacking, considering that each example discusses multiple works.
I have found misuse even though only 8 articles link to it:
Even the Web Comics
index is misuse:
a list of known multiverses across the web:
even though the trope page is not about multiverses
The example on Applegeeks
says "takes place in the same multiverse", even though this trope is not about any sort of multiverse. I'm not really sure if it's correct or otherwise, but more likely correct. Just that this title makes it hard to tell whether the example was going by this article or the usual definition of multiverse.
The only outside use that actually sound unambiguously correct (i.e, talking about a shared reality
instead of an example of The Multiverse
) are Sire
, Penny And Aggie Terminus A Quo
and Evil Plan The Webcomic
The other link is some sort of title index on Italian TVT
. Looks to be just a translation of the title.
So yeah, underused, and misused, despite what little use there is. The title seems to make people think this has something to do with The Multiverse
, even though it's about the exact opposite. As in, a single shared universe, instead of different universes. All or most of the examples on this page itself is about shared universes, not
any form of The Multiverse
. Which contradicts what some of the other pages say.
Main/WebcomicsMultiverses found in: 8
articles, excluding discussions.
Since January 1, 2011 this article has brought 14 people to the wiki
from non-search engine links.
Yeah, lacking in inbounds too, I guess.
edited 18th Mar '12 7:41:45 PM by ThatHuman